Spiderhead trailer out, release date announced: Chris Hemsworth’s dystopian sci-fi thriller hits Netflix June 17


spider head trailer and release date are out. On Tuesday, Netflix released a nearly two-minute trailer for the dystopian sci-fi thriller feature to give fans a taste of what to expect and confirm that the title will hit the streaming platform on June 17. . The video introduces us to Steve Abnesti, a pharmaceutical genius who conducts certain experiments on the inmates of a futuristic prison named Spiderhead. He believes that “we make the world a better place” through his actions. In a particularly haunting sequence, Abnesti says the days of worrying about “crossing lines” are over, indicating he doesn’t have much respect for ethics.

the spider head The trailer goes on to introduce us to its subjects, who are injected with a mind-altering drug called N 40. This, unsurprisingly, leads to disturbing prison scenes. While what we see here isn’t overtly funny, it does have a quirky vibe. This suggests the movie will have a bit of dark humor, along the lines of what we’ve seen in some episodes of the Netflix anthology series Black Mirror.

Starring Chris Hemsworth (Thor) and Miles Teller (Whiplash) as Abnesti and inmate Jeff respectively, the spider head the cast includes Jurnee Smollett, Tess Haubrich and Bebe Bettencourt in key roles. Joseph Kosinski (Oblivion, TRON: Legacy) is directing the film, an adaptation of American writer George Saunders’ short story Escape from spider head from a screenplay by Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick.

spider head comes at a time when Hemsworth awaits the release of Marvel’s Thor: Love and Thunder, the third sequel to the 2011 release Thorwhich is scheduled for release on July 8. Kosinski, meanwhile, directed actor Top Gun: Maverick, directed by Tom Cruise, which hits theaters May 28.

spider head will be released on June 17 on Netflix. It is produced by Hemsworth himself alongside Tommy Harper, Oren Katzeff, Eric Newman, Rhett Reese, Jeremy Steckler, Geneva Wasserman and Paul Wernick.


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